Tag Archives: change

Putting Professionalism back in Management Consulting

  I have seen many changes in my forty years as a professional management consultant, particularly in the business change and management improvement practices. My specialty is applying information technology for the benefit of the business. In the 1960s and 1970s, we developed information systems from the ground up to satisfy user requirements. It was […]

Managing Change and Negative Repercussions

  For the leaders of change activity, it will inevitably be necessary to deal with barriers, conflicts, resistance, and other negative effects. There is a tendency to see these as ‘disasters’ that will cause the change to fail. But by adopting a thoughtful and professional approach, most of the mistakes, barriers, and difficulties that change […]

Replacing administration with capital management

  Enterprises today do not manage capital. Capital is placed under administrative functions or responsibility counters. Enterprises can gain by properly managing capital and utilization of capital for benefit.   Enterprises have a large sums invested in the capital that is utilized in performance, to achieve objectives. Most enterprises don’t even know the extent of […]